“We are helping eliminate wasted time, money and gaps in employment.”
“My time working on the web has introduced me to so many new people and ideas I never would have been exposed to otherwise.”
“Being a married woman and the mother of a two year old kid, it becomes very difficult to manage family and business at the same time, but I have managed both.”
“The Monito is a child safety product designed to make children safe and to better connect them with their parents through the use of a GPS enabled safety tracker.”
“I believe that this app can be incredibly useful and would have definitely changed my university experience.”
Samentha Tiller took a giant leap of faith when she started DMI Technologies a decade ago — and never stopped thinking big.
“It is still a lot of hours and a lot of work, but I see all the men in my office working just as hard and sometimes harder for what I am passionate about, which is what they are passionate about too.”
“I define success as a balance between work and passion.”
“I was employed by a global electronics company when I became a mother. Once I had a baby it appeared that I was no longer taken seriously. Being ambitious and good at what I did, I was not satisfied with this attitude and decided to ‘go it alone.'”
“Success to me is to have the courage to fundamentally change the way we do things around us.”
“Our aim is to prevent sexual assaults and other violence and I won’t rest until our product is in the market and doing its job.”
“I wanted to start an empathetic business that worked to make big changes in the world, but also small and personal changes on an individual level.”
Sarah Isaacs has built Conventus Corp., a $5 million business in male-dominated field, by finding gaps and filling them.
“It requires constant focus on a continuous journey of dedicated efforts.”
Shaherose Charania, the entrepreneurial force behind Women 2.0 and Founder Labs, was hooked on the Internet ever since she first logged on in high school.